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PD: Student said he'd 'make money with his gun'

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Posted at 6:23 PM, Feb 04, 2016
and last updated 2016-02-04 18:23:07-05

BLUE ASH, Ohio — A University of Cincinnati student is facing charges after police said he threatened to shoot people at the school’s Blue Ash campus.

Police charged Dondiego Bradley, 20, with misdemeanor menacing after — according to court records — he threatened to “get his gun and rob somebody with seven bullets” on Wednesday, Feb. 3. He also said he was going to "make money with his gun," the documents state.

Court documents also indicate Bradley made a disturbance in the campus computer lab before making the comments about his gun.

UC student Adam Holt, who works on campus as a math tutor, told WCPO Bradley was in the middle of a tutoring session when he “snapped.”

“This shocks me,” Holt said. “I don’t know exactly what to say or do about it, but it’s not something I heard of someone doing or anything.”

A spokesperson for the university said the Office of Judicial Affairs will decide if Bradley is welcome to remain a student or not.

Hamilton County Judge Dwane Mallory ordered Bradley stay away from any UC property, pending the case’s conclusion.

Bradley is set to appear again in court on Feb. 12.